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11th October - Voices of the First World War: creative writing, conflict and reconciliation
4th October - Birmingham and the First World War: session for teachers
10th July - Sharing stories from Australia and the US
26th February - A Vision of Community Education
22nd January - Crafting the Emerging English Welfare State – Birmingham Local Education Authorities Interventions 1948-1963
4th December - Disability Now and Then
28th October - Biography, History and the shaping of Birmingham
14th October - Welfare State Perceptions of Normality and the Justification of Interventions
17th June - What Michael Gove's compulsory curriculum would teach you about William Wilberforce
13th May - Did Education make a Difference? The impact of education on the outcome of working-class individuals in Birmingham in the 19th century.
18th-24th March - Arts and Science Festival
11th March - The shaping of identities through childhood and adolescent schooling and non-compulsory education: a Northamptonshire Caribbean example
28th January - Community histories and the making of supplementary schooling: Exploring the of the role of historical discourses in The social positioning of supplementary schools
12th November - Broadcasting the comprehensive school ideal: Margaret Miles and the media 1954-1965
1st October - Recovering Forgotten Voices: towards a people's history of education?
21st May - The last night of a small town: child narratives and the Titanic
24th March-10th June - Children's Lives: An exhibition of children's lives from the 18th century to the present day
19th March - Further reflections on the right kind of history
12th December - New perspectives from the National Union of Women Teachers Archive – resource discovery in a women teachers union archive.
28th November - Eighty Years On: Representations of teachers in British film, 1930-2010.
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